Best Pooper Scooper for Garden
Voted Best Pooper Scooper for Garden By Dogs Today
The dooup was Editor's Choice and Best for the Garden
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In the words of Beverley Cuddy
The dooup Complete Pet Waste Clearer claims to be the only pooper scooper that clears, sprays, stores and seals and my garden certainly provided the perfect test. I've got shingle, lawn, crazy paving, concrete and even a wild paddock, which Tess and Oscar have the privilege to use as their very own lavatory! I was thoroughly impressed with how The dooup coped on each of these terrains with just small changes to the user technique. I would recommend watching the short video supplied which has some handy hints and tips as it can take a few moments to get 'the knack'.
The fact it actually sprays sanitiser afterwards is simply genius; apart from the stools themselves, there's nothing more unsightly than a brown mark on your sunny garden path, covered in a swarm of flies! It also makes it more hygienic for children playing in the garden.
There were many features to The dooup which helped it to stride ahead - its capability to hold such a large volume, entirely enclosed has to be the leader. I could pick up on one day, place The dooup by the back door, with no need to worry about smell or flies, and pick it up on days two, three, four and even on five, and it was ready to go!
Dispensing the bag takes less than three seconds; you don't even have to see or touch it, which is another advantage for those of us who are squeamish!
End of The dooup review
We were extremely pleased with this detailed and honest review, having been told previously that we were not allowed to speak with Beverley to prepare her in any way. This was a worry as we are aware that some people do struggle to get the 'knack' initially, so depending on their patience, The dooup can be deemed a product that doesn't work, when in fact it is quite often the user not being used to the technique, particularly if the terrain or waste is challenging.
We always say, have a practice with an old potato or some play doh if you have it, first, just to get the knack. And be prepared to have to push the lever several times and re-position if the waste is of a soft or runny consistency.
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